Best paper craft kits for kids according to redditors

We found 58 Reddit comments discussing the best paper craft kits for kids. We ranked the 23 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Kids' Paper Craft Kits:

u/soulsivleruniverse · 47 pointsr/Minecraft

I don't know if your child would like it but there are some official Minecraft papercraft sets here and at your local Walmart

u/kane2742 · 31 pointsr/PeopleFuckingDying

After some searching, I found a site where you can buy these ($10 US, plus shipping).

Edit: Same price on Amazon, but eligible for free Prime shipping.

u/JDMx607 · 18 pointsr/marvelstudios

I actually have starwars origami and its pretty cool.

u/Hanginon · 16 pointsr/oddlysatisfying

The "S" is made from multiple guide pieces from this kit, the cardboard is a (handmade?) guide for pinning the separate pieces.

u/roaringstar44 · 10 pointsr/WaltDisneyWorld

You can buy this on Amazon. Probably cheaper. I noticed inflated prices there compared to local Japanese grocery stores and import stores. Not that it deterred me from buying a few things.


u/Chezzik · 10 pointsr/Minecraft
u/DieEeneGast · 9 pointsr/BeAmazed

If you're interested or want to make/buy it yourself: It's the Mechanical Paper Toy by Haruki Nakamura. He also has a super fat one

u/MuffinPuff · 7 pointsr/ArtisanVideos

If the video would have referenced one of these I'd agree with you, the beginning of the video is on the cusp of parody.

u/frdcm1984 · 5 pointsr/Satisfyingasfuck
u/SlippingAbout · 4 pointsr/origami
u/spook30 · 3 pointsr/BeAmazed

This is the adult toy of a version that I used to have as a kid.

u/TomEThom · 3 pointsr/ofcoursethatsathing

You can get this exact one [here](Kamikara Penguin POP! Action Paper Craft kit by Haruki Nakamura

u/El_Braineater · 3 pointsr/Parenting

I keep a stock of these. Work great for boy or girls for $15.

ALEX Toys Artist Studio Fantastic Spinner

u/Redblondette · 3 pointsr/NailArt

Love it! The design reminds me of sun paper art!

u/itsdavidjackson · 2 pointsr/spirograph

No, that's a more basic set. This one looks more like the one in the picture.

Edit: Also, this set is more intricate, and has smaller parts that are easier to lose, and are a choking hazard. It has track pieces for the outer ring that can snap together to make many shapes, but that means this one might be more delicate.

u/sheaness · 2 pointsr/bakedart

I want to get the super deluxe version now.

u/Blacvelvetpengun · 2 pointsr/Minecraft

I just bought three 30 packs from
Amazon for $22 (usd).

u/Einsteins_coffee_mug · 2 pointsr/gifs

It looks to be the spirograph cyclex kit. A bit of an upgrade over the original. And only $12.

u/m4gpi · 2 pointsr/HomeDecorating

I was also going to suggest postcards, or images of things you love, like coffee or flowers or shoes - you can cut from magazines. Or pretty wrapping paper. You can also go weird and put in images of Barney the dinosaur or factory smokestacks (for example).

Or add your own art! If you are not even remotely crafty, Anybody can make sunprints!

u/AnonymousMaleZero · 2 pointsr/gifs
u/_StatesTheObvious · 2 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

I've heard that it has more to do with the blue light that the screens emit whereas a book only reflects light.

Before bed you can do things around the house, like fold laundry, or wipe up the kitchen. I have a few hobbies that don't require a screen: I build these kits to make tiny paper models which is a nice and relaxing pursuit. I also play guitar, and can really appreciate just sitting down and listening to an old vinyl record. If you make an active effort to put down your phone, you will naturally find other things to do. It's not like Millenia of humans were just bored until someone finally figured out how to entertain us.

u/KarmaBotKiller · 2 pointsr/Unexpected

I googled it and found it on amazon:

There. You can plainly see where my link is taking you, and it's not some unknown "source" like several other links his this dude's history.

u/coocooforcoconut · 1 pointr/whatisthisthing
u/unicorn_factory · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

actually is good that you did. I am moving in a month and it reminded me that I should take down my WL link soon. Also, I ordered myself this today and somone else also gifted me some lucky star paper a few weeks ago as well.

u/playhertwo · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

My daughter is 6! She likes Legos and Lego video games. Does your daughter have any consoles? You said she is getting in to video games. I can recommend Lego Harry Potter and the Lego The Movie video game. Spring is coming. Does she like birds? She might like a set of binoculars and this bird book. My daughter has that book and loves trying to find all of the birds listed in our area. Peeler beads are something your two girls can do together. They might also like a spin art machine.

u/geekymama · 1 pointr/breakingmom

Here's what we bought for table decorations:

We got a tablecloth that's meant for football parties, but it was green and looked like grass.

We did snacks too; pretzel sticks were sticks, Twizzlers nibs were dynamite, Goldfish crackers were fish, and Rice Crispie treats were sand blocks.

We did Pin the tail on the Pig. Get some pink construction paper, glue it onto a poster board in the shape of a Minecraft pig.

And we let the kids do those pearler beads crafts.

u/sweetlikecherrywine · 1 pointr/Parenting

I don't think we had any duds this year, but I was surprised by how much of a hit the "spiral paint kit" was. They would do it all day long.

u/meltedsquirrel · 1 pointr/HelpMeFind

Appears to be called Kamikara Penguin POP! Action Paper Craft kit by Haruki Nakamura

I found it on Amazon

u/pinnipedearned · 1 pointr/OkCupid

Oh my god me too. Right now I'm looking into making paper dioramas or just dioramas in general. I recently made this baby Taj Mahal model and it was so fun

Whenever my mom asks me to untangle her necklaces/jewelry I'm like YES BRING IT TO ME

u/Discoverinq · 1 pointr/LSDTripLifeHacks

A couple suggestions, I might add:

Metal Puzzles:

Super Spirograph :

I've used these as well as other variations for fun. I also play with uv reactive paint or markers and a black light

u/effeduphealer · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

The Old Apartment

I want to make paper! This would be the ultimate way to send handmade cards!

u/KaJashey · 1 pointr/photography

I think I've figured out the camera to build as my first 3D printable camera. You know I was gonna get to designing & printing a camera someday.

It would be a large format 4x6 inch camera. Almost completely 3d printable. Extra copies of the middle section could be printed off and stacked as an extension tube.

It would take a modern commercially available lens - Raynox DCR-250 $60.
Or you could print out a pin hole lens.
Could be loaded with this paper as film -- sunprint kit $12
Quarter sheet can be cut just under 4x6 inches. So 15 sheets x4 = 60 exposures for $12 and you develop with water + other cyanotype intensifiers. The kit also has an acrylic sheet that can be cut up for focusing screens/"ground glass" and a barrier to keep the paper flat.
You could load it up with slow direct positive paper as well.

It could do far better exposures than I've yet posted with cyanotypes.

It wouldn't have large format movements. :( Any movements I add would complicate the build and I want it accessible and inexpensive. Would have it's own 4x6 film caddies and I don't think I'm gonna bother with a dark slide or double sided.

Not sure who to approach to ask about sponsorship or something.

u/MattieShoes · 1 pointr/oddlysatisfying

The resonance makes the pattern start and end with them in the same point every 8 earth years/13 venus years, after which it repeats. 8 years from today, Earth and Venus will be in the same spots relative to the sun as they are right now. If they weren't resonant, that wouldn't happen.

But they aren't exactly resonant, so if the simulation continued for another 8 year cycle, the next pattern would look the same but be a teensy bit offset from the previous one. If they were perfectly resonant, then the pattern would draw right on top of itself for the next cycle.

If that's not enough, I dunno man, buy a spirograph.

u/Matthew-Davey · 1 pointr/Warhammer40k

Where did you get the stencil? I've been looking for a good digital camo stencil forever - but all the ones I've seen are far too big. I ended up buying some Tamiya 1mm*1mm grid masking paper and doing it myself. It. Was. Tedious.

u/BBkidLy · 1 pointr/OnePiece

Your best bet would be to buy the posters and purchase frames locally. You can find the updated bounties on this set for under $20.

Big Fun One Piece Wanted Posters 42cm×29cm, New Edition, Luffy 1.5 Billion, Set of 16

u/forgotpassagainn · 1 pointr/unintentionalASMR

These things are cool. Bit pricey though :(